Once German risk passes, China and the EU are waiting in the wings

2017 held a clutch of potential political risks from the Dutch general election to the French presidential election to the U.K.’s surprise snap election. While voters have delivered their fair share of shocks for markets, the German general election this weekend isn’t shaping up to be one of them.

Read: German election: Who’s Merkel up against and what are their chances?

Also:Don’t call the German election boring—it could be huge leap or setback for the eurozone

So after Germans go to the polls, what’s next for investors to watch? We now know the Federal Reserve will put its massive $4.5 trillion balance sheet on a diet starting in October.

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